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Steel will progress despite recession

Jack Sanderson has taken over as BCSA President at one of the most challenging periods in the association’s history. He explains his forward looking and …

Machinery investment boosts quality

Advances in quality and productivity in the steel construction sector are to a large part due to developments in fabricating machinery. The last of our Supply …

The Irish connection

A Wednesday evening in February and the Dublin football crowd is already streaming towards Croke Park for the night’s glamourous match against  Brazil. …

Steel’s loss will be the Structural’s gain

Since its inception in the mid 1980’s the Steel Construction Institute has been at the fore of the success of the constructional steelwork sector. SCI …

Son of former BCSA President follows in father’s footsteps

Big, bald, very bright, charismatic and canny – these are adjectives used to describe Richard Barrett, incoming President of BCSA. ‘His father’s son’ …

Structures expert is Canada bound

Charles King – well known in Britain and on the Continent for his intellectual prowess, deep understanding of steel structures and the wearing of outrageous …

Committee tailored for success

As Chairman of the BCSA’s Marketing and Member Services Committee for 14 years Geoffrey Taylor has had a ringside view of the growth of the association and …

The flat pack thoughts of Chairman Manning

Arup director Martin Manning is set to take over as chairman of the Steel Construction Institute next month. Here he talks to Ty Byrd about life, engineering …

Retirement leaves a hole in tubes

Eddie Hole of Corus Tubes who has been one of the best known faces on the tubular steelwork scene for many years has retired. He tells Nick Barrett how Tubes …

Showcase for fully integrated design and fabrication

Barrett Steel Buildings has created a state of the art facility that fully integrates design and fabrication. Nick Barrett reports on what a modern fabrication …

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